2019 - Tom Martin - United Kingdom
An exploration of the work and life of artist Nial Adams, encompassing loss, grief, legacy and embracing change.
2019 - Bruce H. Gill - United Kingdom
Some people do like their chips burnt!
Biopic / British Culture / Documentary / Family / Live Action / Short Film
2019 - Joe Madden - Ireland, United Kingdom
Based on true events, BOAT BOY is a coming of age story about teenager Paul Maxwell and his summer as Lord Louis Mountbatten's boat boy.
Age / Biopic / Debut Film / Drama / Family / Live Action / Period / Political / Short Film / Suspense
A Song Can't Burn
2018 - Roscoe Neil - United Kingdom
A short documentary that follows a Scottish musician working with refugee children who have crossed the border from Syria to Lebanon.
Biopic / Documentary / Human Rights / Live Action / Music / Political / Short Film / War
2018 - Eric Garro - United Kingdom
In 1856, following her groundbreaking research on global warming, Eunice Newton Foote has to fight against a sexist society for her research to be considered.
Biopic / Drama / Environmental / Female Narratives / Female Protagonist / Live Action / Narrative Fiction / Period / Political / Science / Short Film / Student
Talking To Grandma
2018 - Bernard Bushnell - United Kingdom
Talking To Grandma is about my grandmother's life but the message of the film is to not take your elders for granted, and to make the most out of them while they are here.
Biopic / Children / Documentary / Drama / Family / Female Narratives / Female Protagonist / Live Action / Romance / Short Film / War / Youth
Alice and Lewis
2018 - Elina Street - Australia, France, United Kingdom, USA
When Alice Liddell encounters Charles Dodgson, reality takes a curious turn, and progressively becomes a wonderland.
Biopic / British Culture / Children / Debut Film / Drama / Family / Female Filmmaker / Female Narratives / Female Protagonist / Live Action / Narrative Fiction / Period / Short Film / Youth
2018 - Louis Devereux - United Kingdom
A journey within a journey, Dad set out to walk the Rift Valley, I set out to find out who my dad was.
Adventure / Biopic / Debut Film / Documentary / Environmental / Family / Feature Film / Nature / Outdoor
2017 - Kate Baxter & Elizabeth Dixon - United Kingdom
Helen Keller, an avid civil rights activist known for being deaf and blind, faces prejudice from the public, her family, and even herself.
Walk With Me: The trials of Damon J Keith
2016 - Jesse Nesser - USA
The story of civil rights giant Judge Damon J. Keith who has decided some of the most landmark and controversial rulings of the last 50 years, including a decision that lead to him, a federal judge, being sued by a sitting President.